The crash took place near the Pittsburgh Mills mall near Exit 14 in Frazer, authorities said.
Police are now investigating the truck driver's claims that he lost his brakes at the intersection of Routes 8 and 288.
The guard was loading his personal gun after his shift when he accidentally pulled the trigger, according to police.
The ramp, from southbound Route 28, has been closed since April 25 for reconstruction work and wall repairs.
The two breaks happened with 25 minutes of each other early this morning.
Dylan, 7, and Nicholas Taylor, 12, died in the fast-moving blaze that trapped them on the third floor of their Sorrell Street home.
Keegan McDade, 5, and his family split time traveling to motocross competitions and driving to Pittsburgh for spinal taps and chemotherapy.
A thunderstorm dropped about ½ inch of rain in about 20 minutes this afternoon bringing and knocking out power for some.
The fire was reported shortly after 10 p.m. at GIS Automotive in the 1000 block of Route 8, Shaler police said.
In addition to Pokemon, chickens were a topic of discussion at the commissioners meeting.
The district will pay $780,750 to MHY Family Services, formerly Mars Home for Youth, for two fields across from the district high school.
Dubbed “Butler Brush-Up,” a volunteer group called Walldogs will paint 10 murals in the city to commemorate its history.
Laurel Schlemmer, 42, has stopped taking medications for her mental illnesses and is not competent to stand trial.
The state Fish and Boat Commission confirmed through photos that the fish, which flopped back into the water, was a piranha.
Mayank Mishra is accused of selling drug paraphernalia to heroin dealers with his father from homes in Shaler, Indiana Township.
Police said an accused arsonist from Indiana Township that they had been searching for since Wednesday morning has been taken into custody.
Allegheny County police are searching for a man they say deliberately set fire to an Indiana Township home and may be armed and suicidal.
A supervisor with the Allegheny County emergency dispatch center said the fire started at 350 Melody Lane.
Tracy A. Obeldobel was a housekeeper for a Fox Chapel family and was sentenced Monday for stealing jewelry worth more than $300,000.
The 18-mile pipeline construction project is fined $1.5 million for landslide, waste water discharges that impacted streams and wetlands.
Port Authority ad revenue has grown from $1.27 million five years ago to more than $2.3 million due to a better image and new T stations.
J.J. Rodman has been racing in the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix for 23 years but this year will be his last.
The crash was reported shortly before noon in the 1600 block of Mt. Nebo Road.
A rooster is on the loose near North Hills Middle School.
The off-duty officer died Wednesday when she was caught between stop-and-go traffic driving her motorcycle southbound on the Liberty Bridge.
Man admits he tied a leather jump rope around his dog and left it on for so long that it became bloodied and embedded in the dog's body.
Authorities said a motorcycle collided with a vehicle on the bridge late Wednesday.
Police said the incident happened at about 8:25 p.m. near the playground on West North Street.
The dispatcher said the origin of the problem was in Uniontown and occurred at about 6 a.m. Tuesday.
A boater near the Springdale Marina made an emergency call that a vehicle is under water.
Board deadlocked on two different policies aimed at addressing how students can use school restrooms.
Patients denied opioids are turning to heroin — and dying from it — but officials maintain that painkiller use must drop.
Danielle Meskel, 29, drowned in a pool in the 500 block of East Eighth Street around 4:20 p.m.
Destin Badeau, 14, of Carrick was a student at Pittsburgh South Brook 6-8 in Brookline, according to Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Cody Allen Kuntz, who was serving a sentence for felony drug violations, was seen running from the corrections center on Friday.
The break on Monongahela Avenue caused some traffic headaches during the morning commute.
Police say the boy was in the quarry on a residential property along Shroyer Mill Road in Clay.
Authorities are looking for Cody Allen Kuntz, 23, who escaped from the Sharon Community Corrections Center.
The need to know around town.
The land bank is on the agenda for the school board’s meeting Wednesday.
Community Days are being held through Saturday at the municipal park on Ernie Mashuda Drive.
Policies on donations and employee training and travel were approved unanimously. A policy on conference attendance passed with split votes.
A Briton who became a naturalized citizen in 2000 and made his home in Ross for the past 29 years shows his patriotic side.
The new charges against Keith Callen stem from two sisters’ allegations of molestation 15 years earlier when they were aged 5 and 7.
FedEx’s move to Butler County will affect 139 full- or part-time positions, but the company said no job losses are expected.
The raise-your-own-food movement features an Armstrong County couple who rent hens to those wanting fresh eggs and some fun with fowl.
The process involves etching the vehicle identification number on the car windows and sunroof to deter thieves.
Public housing site built in the 1940s will be torn down and used for redevelopment on the North Side
According to police, 6 hurt — including 2 children — when a truck driver fell asleep and then crashed head-on into a passenger vehicle.
The teacher was charged by O'Hara police Tuesday with four counts each of indecent exposure and open lewdness, all misdemeanors.